Warm blankets are distributed to homebound/disabled seniors and single moms to combat Florida’s cold temperatures.
Rotary club members learned about the features of the new building and all the services the Humane Society provides to city and county residents.
Volunteer to help ensure the homeless animals in our community receive love and compassion while waiting for their forever homes.
On the hospital’s wish list is defibrillators and the Rotary Club of Amelia Island Sunrise was able to purchase three of the machines.
The European American Business Club celebrates its December meeting at the new Marlin & Barrel distillery in Fernandina Beach.
Dr. Susan Rodeffer has been a volunteer with World Changers for several years and she has managed to have the organization come to Nassau County!
As a platinum sponsor, last year the Eight Flags ABWA donated $4,000.00 for this worthy cause.
Over 95% of the soldier participants are able to stop taking their PTSD medications after getting their service dogs.
America’s Youth is, a non-profit organization that assists kids by giving them a safe place to go when they are not in school.
Nassau County is one of five counties that will benefit from the $21.3 million that United Way plans to raise.
8 Flags Chapter of the American Business Women’s Association (ABWA) met recently to celebrate its 45 year anniversary in Nassau Co.
United Way of Northeast Florida Success By 6 Early Education Scholarship Deadline November 1st
Stephen Lee, hospital president of Baptist Medical Center Nassau and chair for the 2014 Nassau County United Way Campaign, will lead the breakfast event
We at EABC wanted to know more about this so we figured the best person to ask is the director of the Fernandina Beach, FL Community Development, Adrienne Burke.
The PLAYERS Center concentrates on four primary areas: prevention, health and wellness, access, and community education.